Blogs Infinispan 14.0.0.CR1

Infinispan 14.0.0.CR1

Dear Infinispan community,

Infinispan 14 candidate release 1 is here! Here is your chance to verify your application against our latest and greatest and tell us if things are working as expected or if there are any showstoppers we should address before tagging the final release.

AArch64 images

We are now building images for AArch64 (aka ARM64) by default, which allow you to run Infinispan on Apple Silicon, Amazon Graviton and other ARM CPU platforms without resorting to emulation.

Protobuf oneof support

Protostream has been updated to support ProtoBuf 3’s oneof keyword.

Console

When creating a new cache, it’s now possible to choose the key/value types from the list of available protobuf schemas.

CLI

The CLI can now connect to a server secured with client certificate authentication. The config command now supports the keystore and keystore-password to persist the client certificate configuration. Additionally, the new config reset command offers a quick way to reset all configuration properties to their default values.

Release notes

You can look at the release notes to see what has changed.

Get them from our download page.

Get it, Use it, Ask us!

We’re hard at work on new features, improvements and fixes, so watch this space for more announcements!

Please, download and test the latest release.

The source code is hosted on GitHub. If you need to report a bug or request a new feature, look for a similar one on our JIRA issues tracker. If you don’t find any, create a new issue.

If you have questions, are experiencing a bug or want advice on using Infinispan, you can use StackOverflow. We will do our best to answer you as soon as we can.

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Tristan Tarrant

Tristan has been leading the Infinispan Engineering Team at Red Hat for the past five years as well as being Principal Architect for Red Hat Data Grid. He’s been a passionate open-source advocate and contributor for nearly three decades.